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Teachers often use quotes, proverbs and sayings in the ESL/EFL classroom to teach culture, grammar and vocabulary. Here are some of the quotes you can use to learn or teach English. Enjoy and have a lot FUN :)


These are quotes arranged according to different categories. You can also browse quotes according to their date of submission or by most popular authors


Quotes arranged in different categories

anger ( 23 )
art ( 32 )
beauty ( 43 )
betrayal ( 9 )
change ( 31 )
children ( 10 )
creativity ( 16 )
death ( 44 )
developmental ( 30 )
discipline ( 18 )
dreams ( 39 )
education ( 46 )
family ( 18 )
fashion ( 19 )
fathers ( 17 )
fear ( 20 )
food ( 23 )
forgiveness ( 14 )
freedom ( 26 )
friendship ( 32 )
generosity ( 23 )
goals ( 18 )
gratefulness ( 13 )
happiness ( 51 )
health ( 19 )
holiday ( 11 )
hope ( 17 )
humor ( 24 )
imagination ( 27 )
inspirational ( 39 )
intelligence ( 20 )
language ( 33 )
leadership ( 13 )
life ( 116 )
loss ( 12 )
love ( 83 )
marriage ( 18 )
men and women ( 38 )
money ( 27 )
mothers ( 21 )
motivational ( 69 )
patience ( 10 )
politics ( 56 )
power ( 13 )
pride ( 13 )
relationships ( 8 )
religion ( 56 )
respect ( 13 )
smile ( 11 )
sport ( 14 )
strength ( 15 )
success ( 30 )
technology ( 18 )
time ( 28 )
travel ( 17 )
truth ( 52 )
war and peace ( 33 )
weakness ( 13 )
wisdom ( 26 )
work ( 28 )
writing ( 24 )

The latest quotes

Unsatisfied and loved woman
A woman unsatisfied must have luxuries. But a woman who loves a man would sleep on a board
D. H. Lawrence | men and women

We have got to live
We've got to live, no matter how many skies have fallen
D. H. Lawrence | life

Living her life
A woman has to live her life, or live to repent not having lived it.
D. H. Lawrence | men and women

Our madness
Money is our madness, our vast collective madness.
D. H. Lawrence | money

I dislike democracy
The more I see of democracy the more I dislike it. It just brings everything down to the mere vulgar level of wages and prices, electric light and water closets, and nothing else.
D. H. Lawrence | politics

Suggested authors

Albert Einstein ( 36 )
Edgar Allan Poe ( 29 )
Ernest Hemingway ( 28 )
Euripides ( 28 )
Helen Keller ( 32 )
Lao Tzu ( 28 )
Mark Twain ( 27 )
Martin Luther King, Jr. ( 26 )
Virginia Woolf ( 39 )